Old Harry Rocks
you can almost see my house from here ;o) Great to see another shot from this spot from somebody else - maybe we should create a joint theme on our days shooting?? Great POV and even though the light wasn't great, your composition has more than made up for it and produced a top shot. Well done my friend, looking forward to the ones from Kimmeridge..
The composition and the depth are excellent.
You used the Cokin filters very well.
The yellow flowers in the foreground are effective and add colour to the image. The OOF from the latter are probably due to the wind in combination with the long shutter speed.
- ramthakur (56953)
- [2008-05-30 6:31]
I was thrilled to gather that some of you TNers were together at Dorset in the middle of this month.
I envy you for having the pleasure of looking at vistas such as this one and thank you for sharing with us a picture of this place.
Talking about the picture, I think this is the most unusual point of view that results into a masterpiece. I love that flowers-strewn triangle of land in the foreground.
The colours and contrasts endow this image with a high level of aesthetic richness that is rare to see on TN.
Hope you enjoyed your trip to England.
- Juyona (16891)
- [2008-05-30 6:43]
pov. y dof, bello paisaje...
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2008-05-30 7:09]
Your technique certainly meshes well with Paul's in this arena...Very nicely seen..it has a double meaning...perhaps you are a Prince Harry fan?:-) Just a tongue in cheek humour...a fine image and super DOF Horia. You did well on your trip. Glad to see you back posting.
- eng55 (5892)
- [2008-05-30 8:36]
Magnificent seascape.POV,use of perspective,large DOF,exposure,colors and visual impact are wonderful.Excellent work!
Thanks for posting.
- uleko (10940)
- [2008-05-30 10:07]
This was certainly worth going to England for!! Brilliant capture of this unique seascape from a superb viewpoint with the yellow flowers in the foreground as a contrast to the dark sea and the white cliffs. Great sharpness and superb light and colours. Excellent work!
Many thanks and kind regards, Ulla
- pvs (14464)
- [2008-05-30 12:01]
A long time ago,but I see you manage quite well,a nice land/sea scape with the typical white english cliffs,well captured and tfs
- PaulGana (595)
- [2008-05-30 18:04]
oh wow, what a fabulous scene. Great composition and colors
- blue_river (1261)
- [2008-05-30 21:32]
I really like this shot, it has very good DOF, and your compisition is great. I love your photo's, they seem to be of such good quality and taken to perfection. Well done!
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2008-05-30 22:46]
A beautiful shot of this classic view. Very reminiscent of Paul's style.
I have walked this path many times.
- SunToucher (11162)
- [2008-05-31 3:44]
yet another stunner. As I mentioned to Paul, when he posted his cloudy day photo, I actually like the lighting in it. The same like to the light I have in yours. The very soft light just gives this great soft feel to it. The thick layer of clouds does have good texture and makes the sky perfect. I love the motion captured in the flowers and how the color of the flower seems to return in different parts of the composition.
- reina (2032)
- [2008-05-31 23:29]
Hi Horia, very nice landscape shot, like your composition, with the movement in the back of the picture and the flowers in the left front. TFS Reina
- joey (24909)
- [2008-06-02 1:09]
Wow! Great capture, Horia!
I learnt about Old Harry in several geography lessons in my life and once even had the chance to go there on a school trip but something happened which meaned I couldn't go :-(
Excellent clarity and detail.
Superb moody sky and a great atmosphere.
Great FG interest.
Superb work, Horia!
Looking forward to more :-)
- angela926 (3083)
- [2008-06-02 20:29]
Exellent composition and very good low point of view, beautiful colors and nice clarity, fantastic sharpness and depth of field, great shot.
- cicindela (9226)
- [2008-06-23 13:32]
Marked long time ago, but because of lack of time (many field works last weeks) with no chance to write something till now :)
First of all - it is nice to see that your trip to UK was so great and successful! Many beautiful places were seen by you as I see.
According to the picture - lovery composition and great light.
All the best from Lodz my Friend!
PS. A longer email will be sent to you very soon, incluging answer for question about article and dragonfly larvae :)